Here are the list of Pasay’s postal codes:
|Domestic Airport P.O.||1301|
|Manila Bay Reclamation||1308|
|Mall of Asia Complex (MOA)||1300|
|Pasay City CPO - Malibay||1300|
|PICC Reclamation Area||1307|
Pasay City, one of the city in Metro Manila, Philippines. It is home of popular SM Mall of Asia also known as SM MOA, it is a shopping mall in Bay City, Pasay, Philippines. Other popular landmarks are Philippine International Convention Center ( PICC ), Ninoy Aquino International Airport ( NAIA ), Cultural Center of the Philippines ( CCP ), and Nayong Pilipino in Pasay City was our very own ‘Disneyland’ during its prime.
Here’s a photo during my tour in MOA Eye.
A little history about where Pasay got it’s name. According to Pasay City Government website
The name of the city of Pasay, they say, came from the wail of a brokenhearted swain. Jose and Paz were in love with each other and were intent on a life together. But in those days their love was forbidden. Jose’s father was one of many tenants of the hacienda of the father of Paz. Jose was ordered to stay away from Paz. Couldn’t take the misery and misfortune, Paz died.
At her funeral the elite came to mourn and pray. Jose stood at a distance, and when everybody left, dug a tunnel into the earth to be with her. Once joined, he let out a sharp and anguished cry “Paz-ay!” In sorrow and regret, the parents of Paz named their hacienda Paz-ay. In time the whole town came to be called Pasay.
Historians have another explanation to the origin of name of the city. It is said that the Pasay was then thick with pasaw, a plant with an exotic aroma. It was said that a Spanish botanist, Antonio Pineda, frequented a place called Basal in the vicinity of San Rafael to gather pasaw.
There are other explanations to the nature of the name of Pasay but the most one given most weight is that it was named after a princess of the Namayan Kingdom, Dayang-dayang Pasay. The Namayan kingdom is the confederation of barangays which began to peak in 1175. It stretches from Manila Bay to Laguna de Bai. Dayang-dayang Pasay inherited the lands now comprising the territories of Culi-culi, Pasay and Baclaran. The royal capital of the kingdom was built in Sapa, known today as Santa Ana.
The natives brought their products to the capital of Namayan. Trading flourished during the twelfth to the fourteenth centuries. Merchants from the China, Moluccas, Java, Borneo, Sumatra, India, Siam, and Cambodia came to trade with the natives.